A notorious cat burglar has his activities closely watched by the police so he trains an "apprentice" to carry out his well planned thefts while at the same time providing himself with safe... See full summary »

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Colin Neal
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Lieutenant Wade
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Diana Weston
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Chris Forrester
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Detective Sgt. Phil Hadley
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A notorious cat burglar has his activities closely watched by the police so he trains an "apprentice" to carry out his well planned thefts while at the same time providing himself with safe alibis.When the cocky trainee finds he enjoys the money and lifestyle being a "high class thief" brings,he decides to go into business for himself and eliminate the old pro. Written by dubchi

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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3 December 1964 (USA)  »

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Sparklies
1 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Barry Nelson plays a suave jewel their who is breaking in an apprentice (Brown). Unfortunately, the apprentice decides to go into business for himself and eliminate his boss one way or the other. The two begin to play a deadly cat and mouse game, and caught in the middle of their struggle is the master thief's longtime girlfriend (McBain) whom the apprentice not surprisingly covets. Two detectives (Gregory and Stevens) are watching the master thief very carefully, although the older cop suspects early on someone else is involved with some of the thefts, especially after a cop gets shot. The detective knows the master thief never carries a gun. Some good moments, and a delightful twist ending.


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